The correct option is A he can still ejaculate and has normal secretion of sex hormones
During the procedure of vasectomy, a doctor will cut and seal the vas deferens tubes — the two tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the urethra. After a vasectomy, the body will still produce sperm, but the sperm cannot enter the semen or leave the body through the ejaculate. Vasectomy does not cause noticeable changes in pituitary testicular axis. Changes, when they occur, are marginal and the hormone levels are still within normal physiological limits.